Training Resources

Image taken from a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training event.

Whether you are a student, faculty, or staff member, there are opportunities available to you in order to be prepared for an emergency.  This page describes several of these training opportunities and offers guidelines for next steps relevant to you.

For Faculty and Staff


800 MHz Radio Training: Office of Emergency Services in collaboration with Information Technology Services can provide 800 MHz radio training at the request of a Department. The radio training provides an overview of how to utilize the campus 800 MHz radio system for daily operations or emergencies. The training is suitable for everyday radio users or the "occasional" user and will provide basic technology overview, radio functions, proper procedures, and practical applications. To schedule a radio training, please send your request to

For Students

Students CPR Training: Athletics and Recreation hosts several variations of this training that are accredited by the American Heart Association.  This training provides a first exposure for bystander interaction with an emergency event.  Additionally, it will give you an introduction into medically updated CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) techniques in addition to first aid basics. Fees may apply.